Lance! Go fuk yerself!
Author’s Note and Warning
How I hear my “inner post Voice”:
Or, if you prefer,
“Clang Clang Clang Went My Folly”
Maybe THIS Version Won’t
Three Fuckin’ Decades To Load!
Here’s to Hopin’!
(Hollywood Killed Judy With Drugs)
My Daddy, Dr. Ralph A. Marcom,
once said something incredible stupid to me. Actually it was more of a lament.
He was just thinking out loud, I suppose.
I was knee – deep in my rehearsals with Sister Madelyn, getting ready to perform “The Sound of Music” — read about that somewhere else in these pages. Anyway, he said to me, or asked me: “Why don’t kids ever get together and say, “Let’s put on a show?”
I said, “Daddy, ‘Summer – Stock’ was just a fantasy. No one ever lived that.”
I think that was the beginning of the ending of my relationship, my good one, with my father.
Summer Stock, Le Trailer:
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All Tongue-in-Cheek! I love it!
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“Any barmaid can be a star-made”
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The Genesis of all this Bullshit:
I also did NOT watch ‘The Oscars’ on My Tee-Vee Either.
I had Something Better to Do!
Like Picking The Lint Outta My Belly-Button.
(Which Was More Gratifying & Satisfying)
Lost Now–Magic Has Gone
Never Get It Back
That Ship Has Sailed
Missing Somewhere Over That Recent Rainbow…
My father used to tell a great story about some university asshole who was trying to impress him:
“The reason Wizard of Oz was in Black and White was because in the beginning, 1939, they really did not have color film.”
Daddy replied, “That is fascinating. I suppose when Dorothy got back to Kansas, they had lost that technology, as it went back to black and white.”
What a Dame!
Judy! Judy! Judy!
There definitely ain’t nothin’ like a dame
No Business Like Show Business….
Adding-dumb Dumb da Dumb
(I miss my Daddy; He loved Old Movies)
“What’s The Difference? We’re All Theater”
(Bring Your Own Dresses)
Of course the Andrews Sisters Inter-text did not escape me.
It’s Silly and Stupid
(But Rather Endearing) :
I love My Oh So Rich American Culture–I Ain’t Rich, but surely you know what I mean.
I love my excesses
Bring your own dresses
Am I gay?
I don’t Play that way.
(I just Color outside the lines.)